September 30, 2019
Now, the infamous Cholame intersection of State Highways 41 and 46 in San Luis Obispo County that claimed the life of Ja...
As both an Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA), SLOCOG develops the transportation plan and allocates (programs) transportation funds throughout San Luis Obispo County. It is also the Council of Governments (COG) responsible for distributing the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA). In addition, SLOCOG is a Regional Census Data Affiliate (CDA) for public access to census data and analysis as it relates to San Luis Obispo County and the Service Authority for Freeways & Expressways (SAFE) and administers the callbox program.
SLOCOG is a member of the Central Coast Coalition.
SLOCOG is also a member of the Highway 101 Coalition.
Primary Funding Sources:
Federal and state transportation funding
Eight: the county and seven incorporated cities
The Board of Directors is comprised of 5 members from the County Board of Supervisors, 1 representative from each of the 7 cities in the region, and 1 ex-officio member representing Caltrans District 5.
CALCOG Board Representative:
Fred Strong, Council Member, City of Paso Robles